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I enjoy many forms of crafting, from paper crafting to sewing. I make custom greeting cards for family and friends. I've made unique custom cards commissioned by friends.

I enjoy sharing my creative passion with others, including children in Sunday School and Bible School, etc.

I am proud to use my creative ideas to support organizations like Operation Write Home by making cards for our HEROES.

Sunday, March 11, 2012

HELLO HANDSOME: OWH Sketch Challenge #112

OWH Sketch #112 came at the perfect time for me.  I started this masculline card last night, but hit a mental block about how to put it together. I already had the background cut and the strip cut to 1.5" width.  When I saw today's sketch, the creativity kicked in, I trimmed the strip to 5" length and I had my finished card in no time.
Hello Handsome
The paper is from Recollections Regent Street paper pad which I just bought yesterday.  The tag embellishment is also from the paper pad. It had a button printed on it, but I added a real button and some twine to give it more dimension.


The sentiment is from HERO ARTS OWH Year Round Sentiment Set. This card could be used for any occasion.

8 comments:

  1. Great card...love the ruler, and the colors! TFS!!!

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  2. I really like this card. It goes together so beautifully and has so many points of interest. It is difficult for me to make masculine cards--you make it look so easy :)

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  3. This is great! Love the sentiment and you put all of the elements together beautifully!

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  4. Very nice card, Susan. Love those papers.

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  5. How masculine and attractive! I love your tag and that background plaid paper. Awesome card!

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  6. the plaid paper was exactly the perfect touch!

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  7. Great card, Susan! Love the button and twine detail on the tag. Thanks for joining us in this week's OWH Stars & Stamps Sketch Challenge!

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  8. Wonderful masculine card! I keep putting off using that particular sentiment, but now you've given me some inspiration to use it. Thanks.

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